Our facilities

The Jean Tweed Centre day/residential programs and outpatient services operate out of 215 Evans Avenue and Cumberland House (see below). Our outreach counselors are located in the Shelter system, Community Health Centres, Young Parent Resources Centres, Aboriginal Services, and Criminal Justice agencies and Supportive Housing sites in Toronto. 

215 evans avenue

This location functions as the agency (administrative and program) headquarters for all services including childcare.

This facility is wheelchair-accessible and is readily accessible by public transit.

Parking is free.

For directions please visit our contact us section

cumberland house

This Victorian brick house has been 'home away from home' for women attending residential programs at the Centre. Two-and-a-half stories high, with a gable roof and roundhead windows, Cumberland House has been identified as an important heritage structure by the Ontario Heritage Foundation, and is listed in the Canadian Inventory of Historical Buildings. It was designed by Kivas Tully, a 19th century provincial architect, who also designed Victoria Hall, Cobourg (1860), the former Trinity College (1852) and numerous other buildings across Ontario. The house was named in honour of the first superintendent of the Lakeshore Asylum, who resided there during his tenure.